Using Timelines to Diagnose Problems in Career Planning

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Translating intended goals into a single simple image as a timeline is a powerful tool for staying on track.

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Scholarly Activities for a Remote Research Lab

Two Peds in a Blog, MD, PhD

What meaningful activities can we perform given the inability to physically meet or be in our lab? Here are some ideas.

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Working at Home: Academics During the Plague Edition

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

It's time to do your weaponized bat experiments, people.

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Introverts Can Network, Too!

Alvin Jeffery, PhD, RN

Do you consider yourself an introvert? Do you get anxious thinking about how to meet new colleagues? Check out these tips shared from a fellow introvert...

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Not All Pandemic Heroes Wear Capes: Science Help for Homebound Kids

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

There is no better time to convince folks that science is essential. Here are some heroes who are taking lessons to families online.

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Coming Soon: Biostatistics Action & Adventure

The Edge for Scholars

A wake-up call to use modern biostatistical methods

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OCD in the Time of COVID-19

David Sacks, PhD

There’s plenty of the “O” and the “C,” but none of the “D.”

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Three (Grant) Peeves in a Pod: Check Yourself

Cranky Reviewer

Reviewers review. We will notice. These fresh mistakes straight from study section: 1.) Please agree with yourself. If the abstract says n = 110, the aims say 100, the statistical section says 110, and the …

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Live Beneath Your Means

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

“I don’t want to miss the details of the resurrection. You always said becoming a division head would happen over your dead body, what gives?” After some warm-up, the …

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Finally! Data on What Study Section Really Cares About

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Nine years ago, NIH revamped their scoring system asking reviewers to provide numbers ranging from 1 (best) to 9 (worst) assessing applications Environment, Investigator, Innovation, Approach, and Significance. NIH has emphasized Innovation (…

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